By Mike Spick
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Bore this hole completely through lengthwise. Drill and ream the length of this hole forward of the breech block opening to a finished diameter of 11/16 inch. 800 inch of this hole back from the front face with a 3/4 inch x 16 thread. The bottom side of the breech block opening is also threaded, to a depth of 3/8 inch using a 7/8 inch x 27 thread. The portion of the breech block hole to be threaded must first be reamed out to a diameter of 27/32 inch, which is the proper tap drill diameter for a 7/8 inch x 27 thread.
The upper or half-cock notch is grooved as shown. This extra groove allows the sear nose to engage deeply and positively. It serves as an additional safety, although my opinion is that such a weapon should either be carried with the hammer down, or at full cock with the safety engaged. The trigger is made in almost the same manner as the hammer. Drill its axis pin hole and trigger bar hole just above it in the same section of steel. Use the trigger template to trace its design, using the holes again for register points.
Repeat the application process six or seven times. Some steels may require as many as ten applications of the blue. Generally, the blue-black color of the part will be as dark as it can get after the seventh coating. Remove the rust from the last coat, and rub it first with 0000 steel wool, then with clean cotton cloth. Boil the part one last time. Remove, and coat it with light oil while still warm. This oil terminates any further reaction between the solution and the steel. After a few minutes, remove the oil, and rub a mixture of beeswax and turpentine into the part's blued surface.
American Spyplanes by Mike Spick